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According to Krissdunn: The kind of car you buy has pretty much ZERO bearing on your premium (maybe just a couple bucks one way or the other) compared to your age, your driving record, where you live, and the age of other licensed drivers in your household. If you’re under 30, over 75, or have kids in the house you’re going to pay more.
One way to significantly reduce your premiums are to have a good driving record, or kick your kids out of the house as quick as possible.
A second way to save is to compare rates from different auto insurance providers. You’re not gonna get cheap insurance unless you get rates from the right places. I’m paying $25/month for auto insurance [non-permissible content removed] and I know people who are paying even less than that. So, you gotta shop around!
Finally, the biggest impact on your insurance premium is your “insurance score discount”. Starting in about 2005 ALL personal insurance companies adopted the practice of applying discounts to your policy based on your credit. Have bad credit? Then it is in your best interest to fix it because your auto/home/renters etc rate is probably 40% to 50% more than a person with good credit.
Check Your Credit Score
Most auto insurance companies consider customer credit score in calculating car insurance rates. A good credit score will go a long way in reducing your insurance rate so always ensure you pay your bills promptly to keep your credit score in good shape.
Don’t Make Personal Assumptions
No auto insurance company can boast of being the cheapest insurer. The insurance rate someone gets from a certain insurer in a particular state for the same coverage could be higher or lower in another state. Make proper comparisons, shop around and
Inquire about discounts on Low-Mileage
Some insurers offer discounts to customers who have low annual mileage. If this is the situation with you then do well to inquire from the insurer on discounts availability with regards to low-mileage.
Also check Local and Regional Auto Insurance Companies
While we all know of these four major companies; Geico, Allstate, State Farm and Progressive, you may be surprise at the lower rates you may bet from regional and local insurers. Be sure to check on them too.
Try to avoid Paying in Installments
Most car insurance companies charge about $10 per installment payment to customers who wish to pay in installment. It is always advised to pay your premium up front to lower the premium.
Don’t opt for Collision and Comprehensive Coverage for an older car
Comprehensive: this coverage insures your car against accidental damage to your car not collision. These damages could be vandalism, flood, hazards like falling trees on your car, asteroids, fire or falling rocks while;
Collision: it covers damage as a result of collision with objects like tree or another vehicle and it is clearly your fault. Do not be excited, this does not mean you will be reimbursed for the mechanical failure, it covers damage from rolling your care or potholes.
The maximum payout is limited to the car’s value, so if it’s an older car they may not be any need to opt for these coverages.
Consider insurance costs before buying a car
Carefully evaluate insurance costs before purchasing a car. Also consider factors like car made, model and its safety features. Note that sporty, new and expensive cars are higher to insure than cheaper and utility cars. Put these factors into consideration when buying a new car.
Get Quotes from different Insurers
To do this, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners offers a map on its Web site that lists each state’s regulators. Click on your state and you’re taken to the state’s Department of Insurance Web site. Its consumer buying guide compares insurance premiums across a range of companies. You’ll also learn how many complaints each company has logged. Surprisingly, you don’t have to sacrifice service quality to score a low premium. “A lot of the lower-priced companies have the best service rates,” says Hunter. Credit: Edmunds
Always Opt for Higher Deductibles
Consider opting for higher deductibles when buying comprehensive or collision coverage. You can save quite a fortune from this.
Consider Pay-per-mile or Usage-based insurance
Drivers with less than 10,000 miles yearly can save money with pay-per-mile insurance programs like Esurance Pay Per Mile or Metromile though they are available in few states.
This is very good for drivers who don’t do many miles. Usage-based insurance program such as State Farm’s Drive Safe & Save, Allstate’s Drivewise and Progressive’s Snapshot are very good options if you are a safe driver.
Try Group Insurance Discounts
Some auto insurance companies offer discounts to groups members. That is clients who are members of some professions or organizations. You can ask your insurer for list of qualified groups to check if you are qualified.